LINCOLN – Recreational users of the Missouri River now have an interactive guide available to aid them in navigation and planning outdoor adventures – the award-winning Missouri River Outdoor Recreation Access Guide.
The river and lands open to public access on its banks offer excellent fishing, hunting, boating, canoeing and kayaking and other activities. This guide shows approximately 160 public access sites for those activities along the Missouri as it flows downstream along Nebraska’s border.
This guide also was designed as source for navigation along the river. The map offers site spatial proximity to cities and other sites, as well as river mile markers and boat ramps.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission created this guide, which recently won first place as the Best Travel/Destinations/Recreation Story Map in the 2016 Esri Storytelling with Maps contest.
The Missouri River Outdoor Recreation Access Guide is available on the Commission’s website. To view the guide, visit: Maps.OutdoorNebraska.gov/MRRecreationGuide.
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